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In April 1999, Mary Gorman wrote the following:
"I hear a mother complaining about her child talking back to her and think...I wish my child could talk. I see two brothers play tag at the park and think...I wish my child could do that. I hear a mother complain about her daughter's choice of wardrobe and think...I wish my child could choose and dress himself. I see my son line up his legos, and think...I wish he could build something with them."
A mother of a nine-year old autistic child wrote this passage.
Every child born in the US is supposed to get a variety of vaccinations in th…
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